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New jersey-ites is this really true?

MSG Laigaie

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This is what happens when you live in a police state. NJ can go to hades. It's a demonic state with retarded voters.
 

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Glad to hear that, hopefully he will get his gun back. Yet though it still does not address the problem that charges may be filed against people for having a unloaded antique firearm.
Sadly that is true. It was the prosecution's discretion that tipped this in one his favor. Others should not expect the same courtesy.

NJ needs a serious revamping of their laws relating to RKBA.
 

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Just so people know, the state has decided to exercise "discretion" and not charge the man. Saw the article yesterday.

EDIT: I'm guessing the other thread was merged with this one. Never mind this post now.
 
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